Tag Archives: Paranormal Horror

A Peek Into The Writing Project

A grey mist stretched endlessly in every direction. Echo shivered uncontrollably. His teeth chattered in the bitter cold. Around him the world was cast in an unnatural darkness. Empty and void. He wandered, naked save for the crucifix around his … Continue reading

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The Long Walk (The ReWrite)

The narrow staircase spiraled deep into the earth. A wall of stone closed in tightly on either side of Echo while evenly spaced bulbs overhead provided just enough light to see each precarious step. Ivan, comfortable and practiced with the descent, … Continue reading

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Lost and Found (The ReWrite)

Thunder grumbled through the tangle of thick black clouds pregnant with precipitation and drawn like a blanket across the heavens. The sky, unable to hold back its waters, let go saturating the earth below as if trying to cleanse every grievous … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Authors: Mentors and Writing

Dear Authors, Extraordinary men and women who have accomplished what I have only dreamed to do since I was in the fourth grade, I have a question. Do you have a mentor? More than a fellow author you admire, but … Continue reading

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Piercing the Veil Pt. 2

It was a short drive to the Mount Shasta City Lodge, a tired two story unkempt motel complete with an unmarked gravel parking lot littered with weeds. On either story stretched rows of identical chocolate colored doors standing out against … Continue reading

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Piercing the Veil

“I had no idea!” Ivan was pacing back and forth in the room. His heavy boots sounding off the wooden floorboards. “Me either. I can’t figure out why I didn’t sense it. No triggering alarms – nothing screaming in my head … Continue reading

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The Long Walk

Like much of the house the narrow stairway was made of solid stone. On either side of him roughly hewn stone walls followed his spiraled descent. Bare bulbs hung over head every few feet providing just enough light to see … Continue reading

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